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BrewDog To Open First All-Vegan Bar in London

by | October 8, 2019

BrewDog has announced it is turning one of the London branches of the multi-national chain into a totally plant-based venue. 

The chain’s location in Dalston, East London, will be expanding the plant-based menu and eliminating all animal products in time for an October 14 launch.

The move is happening in partnership with Biff’s Jack Shack, a London-based animal-conscious junk food specialist. 

Biff’s boast that it is “hell-bent on making the world’s filthiest, most indulgent vegan junk food”, and “on a mission to create innovative, playful and exciting food for plant-based folk and meat-eaters alike.”

The change was announced on the BrewDog website, where customers were told that the “hop hideout on Stoke Newington Road will have an exclusively vegan-friendly line-up of craft beer and food, making BrewDog Dalston the new beacon for those who rock a vegan diet in the capital.”

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BrewDog’s Vegan Menu

The new menu will include new burger recipes, as well as wings and crispy fried jackfruit.

All of the BrewDog bars around the world provide plant-based options, which include the majority of its beers. Customers have long been able to enjoy Vegan Mondays at any of the chain’s venues, with a two-for-one offer on vegetarian and plant-based mains.

Plans to open the new venue were announced on the brand’s blog a few days before the arrival of the new Hybrid Burger — a mix of beef and animal-free Beyond Meat.

The new burger, which BrewDog created for environmental reasons, was met with a mix of praise and criticism on social media.

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